Brisbane's Best Riverfront Dining
Have a Brisbetter Day Out by exploring your own backyard, where Brisbane City Council has made it easy for you to uncover the hidden gems in our city by day and after dark.
Brisbane's mild subtropical climate is perfect for year round al fresco dining and there's no better place to dine than on the Brisbane River. Here are 20+ restaurants, bars and cafes where you can enjoy the best of local cuisine with a beautiful water view and river breezes by day, balmy air by night:
And what better way to rock up to lunch or dinner than via the river on one of Brisbane's famous CityCats, with three double-decker CityCats now in service!
With so many beautiful riverside parks in Brisbane, you can also spread a picnic rug and dine al fresco while enjoying the water views.
One of Brisbane's oldest and grandest parks, New Farm Park, is a top spot for a riverside picnic, as is Mowbray Park in East Brisbane, Captain Burke Park in Kangaroo Point and Newstead Park (with views over both Brisbane River and Breakfast Creek. You can also try fig-shaded Orleigh Park, West End or unique Rocks Riverside Park at Seventeen Mile Rocks.
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The content in this feature has been created with the support as part of Brisbane City Council's BrisBetter Days Out campaign aimed at inspiring residents and visitors to buy local as part of Brisbane City's Council's Economic Recovery Plan. Brisbane City Council disclaims any relationship with, or endorsement of, businesses featured in this article.